After the Supreme Court opinion on Roe v. Wade was leaked, the left overreacting and causing an uproar. The delusion that overturning Roe v. Wade will end abortion in the U.S. has created a tumultuous situation across the country.
Protesters had already gathered outside of the Supreme Court within a short time of the release, chanting and getting confrontational with counterprotesters.
One journalist, Ian Millhiser, a senior correspondent at Vox, tweeted, “Seriously, shout out to whoever the hero was within the Supreme Court who said ‘f— it! Let’s burn this place down.”
Quite possibly the worst tweet out of them all was from Amanda Duarte which has been deleted. The tweet said, “I do wonder how these white supremacist lawmakers would feel if their little white daughters were raped and impregnated by black men.”
Out of all of the Twitter users who said they wanted to burn down the system, journalists are the worst. Journalistic integrity is gone.
When Allie Beth Stuckey tweeted, “Conservative justices will have their lives and the lives of their families threatened,” the Nation’s Washington D.C. Correspondent Aida Chavez replied, “Good.”
Alexandia Ocasio-Cortez sounded the alarm that the SCOTUS was coming after more “rights,” tweeting, “As we’ve warned, SCOTUS isn’t just coming for abortion – they’re coming for the right to privacy Roe rests on, which includes gay marriage + civil rights. Manchin is blocking Congress [sic] codifying Roe. House has seemingly forgotten about Clarence Thomas. These 2 points must change.”
Washington State Rep. Pramilla Jayapal even tweeted, “People should take to the streets across the country.” Will she be held accountable when riots ensure?
Hilary Clinton had to comment as well and tweeted, “Not surprising. But still outrageous. This decision is a direct assault on the dignity, rights, & lives of women, not to mention decades of settled law. It will kill and subjugate women eve as a vast majority of Americans think abortion should be legal. What an utter disgrace.”
As the left creates an uproar over a decision that simply returns the issue of abortion to the people to vote on, pro-lifers from both parties are hopeful that the faulty 1973 Supreme Court decision, which subverted the Constitution and caused bitter division in the nation, will soon be overturned.